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Wednesday Rashmi is fast becoming our unofficial guide and we headed off with her today to one of the health clinics at Chapagaun, approximately 7 km from the centre of Kathmandu. The clinic was originally opened by missionaries and there were some fairly impressive facilities there. The antenatal and baby immunisation clinics were busy and well managed. There were posters developed by the student nurses on the walls showing best practice for hand hygiene ...
... kind of in front of me so he was in my personal space a bit. That actually made me pause, but I wasn't going to reward his treachery.
"I don't care. I told you I'm not buying anything," I said as I kept walking.
"Come on. You can spare one rupee..."
That was when I punched him in the nose.
Okay, I didn't punch him in the nose. But the thought had crossed my mind.
Better yet was the time yesterday when I was walking down the street and a ...
... back to exploring this fascinating city. The walking tour starting at Asan Tole was today's highlight. An older part of Thamel, Asan Tole bustles with street markets and ancient temples littered carelessly in nook and corners.
The main market junction is a myriad of noisy traffic, eclectic shops of all sorts and nonchalant pedestrians/shoppers in their own headspace. If your eyes wandered too ...
... camera away.
That's when I saw one of the guards across the street signaling to me and another guard walked up to me from a different spot along the gate. He asked me to follow him and we crossed the street again. As we approached a guardhouse at the end of the grounds where there were four other guards, he advised me that pictures of the embassy were not permitted.
I felt kind of silly for not thinking about that. It seemed so obvious once he told me, ...
... my eyes are beyond sore from all the dirt getting into them. Many people wear masks, but I think they should be wearing goggles!
I had my first Nepali lesson yesterday. I am being taught by this sweet older lady who is so enthusiastic about teaching, you can't help but want to learn. Well, I wanted to learn anyway, I'm just sayin'. Before coming to Nepal, I had this book called Complete Nepali and I was learning bits and pieces ...